dsmith at comrent.com
Tue Nov 6 20:25:14 GMT 2007
Thats the list, thanks.
Chris Gregan wrote:
> I think the Linux Compatible database would be your best bet for this information.
> Chris Gregan
> cgregan at aptenix.com
> Open Source Migration Specialist/Founder
> Aptenix LLC-Desktop Solutions
> New Market, MD
> "Open source, open minds."
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ron Swift <rswift at swiftstaffing.com>
> Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2007 14:28:36
> To:Ubuntu Maryland Loco Team <ubuntu-us-md at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Subject: Wireless Question
> I have a question regarding which wireless pci cards work best with
> Ubuntu 7.10 running on older Pentium 2 and 3 machines.
> Also, has anyone had experience with using a wireless repeater or
> extender to extend the wireless signal from one building to another
> across about 150 ft?
> The Childrens Home is now using the 2 donated Ubuntu 7.10 workstations
> in one of their newer classrooms. They are still looking for other
> donated systems preferrably with wireless pci cards that can be
> installed in the older classrooms. They are primarily using the systems
> for after school homework research via the Internet and reports using
> OpenOffice writer.
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